Review: Reverie Lane release stunning 'Women & Trains' country EP Special

Posted Sep 13, 2019 by Markos Papadatos
On September 13, 2019, rising country duo Reverie Lane (Presley Tucker and Spencer Bartoletti) released their brand new six-track country EP "Women & Trains."
Country duo Reverie Lane
Country duo Reverie Lane
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Their EP opens with the upbeat and sassy "Women & Trains" and it is followed by the equally refreshing and remarkable single "Less Is More," which is country as grits.
They slow down the pace on the crystalline and soothing "When Love Walks In." "Before the Rice Hit the Ground" is mid-tempo and hilarious that will certainly make their fans and listeners laugh out loud.
"Could've Fooled Me" is melancholic and filled with raw emotions, and it closes with "Good at It."
Women & Trains is available on Apple Music and on Spotify.
On September 17, Reverie Lane will be opening for veteran country singer-songwriter Tanya Tucker at the Bowery Ballroom in Manhattan.
The Verdict
Overall, Reverie Lane's new EP Women & Trains is solid from start to finish. Each of the six songs on here has its own identity. Presley Tucker and Spencer Bartoletti can get the party started in any country bar. They deserve to be the next Maddie & Tae in the contemporary country music scene. This EP garners two thumbs up.
To learn more about their Women & Trains EP, follow them on Facebook and check out their website.